A patriotic mural celebrating 100 years of Polish Independence will be officially unveiled in Wrocław on Saturday.
The mural, which contains various elements that illustrate important moments in Polish history, is the work of Poland's National Institute of Rememberence (IPN).
According to the IPN's Barbara Misiewicz, the mural "symbolically shows our passage from 1918 to the present day, in which we can celebrate our independence and achievements of modern times. There are Wrocław elements on it, including the Orange Alternative movement and Solidarity."
Other figures to be included in the mural are soldiers of the "Polish Underground State" and the famous pilots that fought fierce battles in the sky during WW2.
The mural is located at Sołtysowicka 21A in the north of Wrocław. The artwork will be finished in time for the official unveiling on Saturday, which ties in with Wrocław's Night of the Museums.